18 & 19 April 2020

Oslo Opens Reference group
Astrup Fearnley Museum for Modern Art
Atelier Nord
Ekebergparken
Billedkunstnerne i Oslo og Akershus (BOA)
Forbundet Frie Fotografer (FFF)
Fotogalleriet
Fellesverkstedet
Kunstnernes Hus
The National Museum of Art, Archtecture and Design
Norsk Billedhoggerforening (NBF)
Norske Kunsthåndverkere Oslo (NK)
Norsk senter for teknologi i musikk og kunst (NOTAM)
Norske tekstilkuntnere / SOFT
Tegnerforbundet (TF)
Young Artists Society (UKS)

Oslo Open Studio Weekend



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Oslo Open Studio Weekend

Following the outbreak of the coronavirus (Covid-19), the board of the Oslo Open has decided to cancel this year’s event, which was scheduled to take place on April 18th & 19th, 2020.

Please find the pressrelease announcing the cancellation of Oslo Open 2020 here


How does an artist work? What is an artist’s studio? Are there any artist’s studios in your neighbourhood? During one weekend in April, the artists of Oslo offer an opportunity to step inside their studios and have a glimpse of the place where art is created.

Oslo Open is the largest open studio art weekend in Norway and gives the public the opportunity to see art before it hits the museum or gallery. During last years’ festival 375 Oslo artists opened their doors to the public. The stage was set for an intensive weekend full of unique art experiences and opportunities to participate in events such as Open Studios, Children’s Workshops (BOO!), Guided Tours and numerous exhibitions organized by and with Oslo’s artists.

Around 9,000 people visit Oslo Open every year, and the Studio Weekend is free and open for everyone.

Welcome to Oslo Open!



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